Baby Veronica’s Verdict – Lessons for Tulsa Child Custody Cases Who has more rights in a Tulsa child custody case? A biological father who signed away his rights? Or the parents who adopted his daughter? What if the child is part Cherokee and subject to the Indian Child Welfare Act? The Denton Law Firm […]
Divorce Property Division Worries about divorce usually revolve around two things: the kids and the property division. If you are thinking about a divorce in Tulsa, you might think that your assets will just be split down the middle. After all, Oklahoma is an equitable distribution state. But “equitable distribution” really only means, “fair share”. […]
Tulsa Child Custody Arrangements In Tulsa, child custody decisions during a divorce are based on what’s best for the children. But custody is not an open and shut item. It’s an ongoing issue. Your children’s best interests might change. Keep that in mind as you coordinate time sharing with your former spouse. Stay focused on […]
How to Help Your Children Cope with a Tulsa Divorce Your children are the most important part of your life. Its particularly important to connect with them when a big life change like divorce occurs. While the Denton Law Firm can take care of the legal aspects of your Tulsa divorce, the emotional support you […]
Awarding Alimony or Spousal Support in a Tulsa Divorce Alimony is the court’s attempt to fairly compensate a spouse who makes less money or has been a homemaker. Alimony is also known as Spousal Support in Oklahoma and can be granted as early as legal separation. Alimony payments can have a time limit. The unwritten […]
Today, retirement accounts are often the largest asset divided in a divorce. 401ks, IRAs, and pensions often exceed the value of the family home. That’s why it’s critical to protect yourself with proper legal guidance during the division of assets in a divorce. Otherwise, you could end up paying taxes and penalty fees when your former spouse takes his/her share of the retirement out early. Contact the Denton Law Firm today for assistance with your Tulsa Divorce and QDRO. (918) 221-3999.
One of the recurring questions family law attorneys in Tulsa, Oklahoma here is, “How long is the divorce going to take?” This is a fair question. After all, by the time you decide to get divorced you have most likely already been thinking about divorce for quite some time. You just want to be done at this point.